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Julian Gray

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Position

Crisanti Lab
Sir Alexander Flemming Building
Imperial College London
South Kensington
London
SW7 2AZ
UK

Email: julian.gray@imperial.ac.uk or julian.c.gray@gmail.com
Skype: julian_gray


Research Interests

  • Protein Microarrays
  • Microarray-based immunoassays
  • Immune Profiling
  • Gene collections
  • High-throughput "omics" technologies
  • Molecular computers

Education

2002-2006 PhD @ Imperial College London


1999-2002 BSc (Hons) in Biology @ Imperial College London

Publications


Gray, J.C., Corran, P.H., Mangia, E., Gaunt, M.W., Li, Q., Tetteh, K.K., Polley, S.D., Conway, D.J., Holder, A.A., Bacarese-Hamilton, T., Riley, E.M. and Crisanti, A. (2007). Profiling the Antibody Immune Response against Blood Stage Malaria Vaccine Candidates. Clinical Chemistry, 53(7):1244-53.

Bacarese-Hamilton, T., Gray, J. and Crisanti, A. (2005). Proteome-Scale Analysis of the Immune Response Against Pathogenic Microorganisms. In Protein Microarrays, (ed. M. Schena), pp. 387-400. Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA: Jones and Bartlett.

Bacarese-Hamilton, T., Gray, J., Ardizzoni, A. and Crisanti, A. (2005). Allergen microarrays. In Microarrays in Clinical Diagnostics, (ed. T.Joos and P. Fortina), pp. 195-207. Totowa, New Jersey, USA: Humana Press.

Bacarese-Hamilton, T., Ardizzoni, A.,Gray, J. and Crisanti, A. (2004). Protein Arrays for Serodiagnosis of Disease. In Protein Arrays Methods and Protocols, (ed. E.Fung), pp.271-284. Totowa, New Jersey, USA: Humana Press.

Bacarese-Hamilton, T., Gray, J. and Crisanti, A. (2003). Protein microarray technology for unraveling the antibody specificity repertoire against microbial proteomes. Current Opinion in Molecular Therapeutics, 5:278-284.

Bacarese-Hamilton, T., Ardizzoni, A.,Gray, J. and Crisanti, A. (2003).High performance microarray immunoassays for serodiagnosis of infectious disease and allergies. Clinical Chemistry, 49 (6):Supp. A13.